Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 2/-9 is equal to -(2/9) or negative 2 over 9.
zero over anything (except zero) = zero
Statement 1 is true but totally unnecessary. As integer is always a rational and you do not need to convert it to a fraction to determine whether or not it is rational. A negative fraction is can be rational or irrational. The fact that it is negative is irrelevant to its rationality. An integer number over a zero denominator is not defined and so cannot be rational or irrational or anything. It just isn't.
Yes: negative 41 over 1, 41 over negative 1 or you can write 41 over 1 and put the negative sign to the left of the fraction bar
No, it's improper.
0. If zero is in any part of a fraction, its zero.
Negative 1 over 2
No. It would be 40 over 1.
When the remainder is zero the answer is a whole number. Put that number over 1 for an improper fraction.
no it is an improper fraction
To get the reciprocal of a fraction, exchange the numerator and the denominator (the top and bottom parts). The reciprocal of a negative fraction is also negative.
+7/9, positive seven over nine.
Negative nine over negative sixteen, and eighteen thirty-seconds are both equivalent to nine sixteenths.
2 and nine over twenty-five (the whole number two and the fraction nine twentyfifths)
-4/1 (Negative four over one)
It is a negative fraction of -7/18 in its simplest form
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